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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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You are probably right. White males shooting other white males isn’t particularly interesting.  
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April 03, 2018, 08:48:27 PM

http://markets.businessinsider.com/currencies/news/cryptocurrency-prices-today-april-3-bitcoin-ethereum-ripple-litecoin-2018-4-1020368886

This is (correction: was) JP Morgan's Blockchain Chief Executive.

Try not to laugh.

This waifish millennial couldn't "blockchain" her way out of a paper bag.

No wonder JP Morgan is going nowhere with crypto and blockchain.

Thanks for that made me smile!
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How these dipsticks get jobs evades me totally.

Looking forward to seeing Amber Baldet of JP Morgan crypto fame fail miserably in her new venture.
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April 03, 2018, 08:48:32 PM

Active shooter at Youtube headquarters.

while i've seen this as well... why is it relevant here?

or are we just discussing it as a current event?

either way... fuck i hate people.

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GOOD!!!! The SNOWFLAKES are sure to MELT DOWN NOW.

These people made a lot of enemies by actions they did 3 weeks ago. Youtube targeted a whole lot of people for no reason other than the fact that they were reporting TRUTH.

May GOD correct the injustice that occurred in this situation.

I guess they must be well payed to censor and demonetize so many people... so they must have a little stash of btc...

anyway it makes me pains to have problems with another american company controlled by the rockfeller agenda.

ultimately, this is the only thing those people understand... and they hate it...
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Anyone knows if Roger Ver was always like that or maybe he developed some mental issues some time later?

Money can change people. He went up significantly in wealth in a very short amount of time.

But he was somewhat "rich" before Bitcoin (a few million $ at a young age) he should have been accustomed to it even if he multiplied his wealth by a couple orders of magnitude thanks Bitcoin... or maybe not.... anyways it is a pity to have such wealth only to ridiculise himself like that instead of just LIVING his life. Shame.

Ya, he was already on the path of wealth. But I think going from a few million dollars to starting to think you will be a billionaire like Bill Gates or Mark Cuban will transform you.

When I see prices going over $100k I go from just a guy that can retire and seek out my own passions to someone that could change the world in so many ways. I like to think I will still be a minimalist and continue to focus on evolving myself into a wise human being, but someone might fuck with me the wrong way and I might want to turn their whole world to shit by buying their town and then changing the name to "Joe Smith sucks balls". Just because I can.

Ver has an idea that he is somehow linked to Satoshi and for some reason thinks his vision is down one path. He feels it is his duty to use his vast wealth to make things "right" the way he sees things.

Then again, maybe it's all of the drugs.
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April 03, 2018, 08:54:03 PM

Roger just wants more money.   You don’t team up with Calvin Ayre and Craig Wright because you are trying to make the world a better place.

The problem with defining your identity as being against something, is you don’t stand for anything.  Which is why the bcash lol team is now embroiled in infighting while Bitcoin devs are more united than ever.
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Anyone knows if Roger Ver was always like that or maybe he developed some mental issues some time later?

Money can change people. He went up significantly in wealth in a very short amount of time.

But he was somewhat "rich" before Bitcoin (a few million $ at a young age) he should have been accustomed to it even if he multiplied his wealth by a couple orders of magnitude thanks Bitcoin... or maybe not.... anyways it is a pity to have such wealth only to ridiculise himself like that instead of just LIVING his life. Shame.

Ya, he was already on the path of wealth. But I think going from a few million dollars to starting to think you will be a billionaire like Bill Gates or Mark Cuban will transform you.

When I see prices going over $100k I go from just a guy that can retire and seek out my own passions to someone that could change the world in so many ways. I like to think I will still be a minimalist and continue to focus on evolving myself into a wise human being, but someone might fuck with me the wrong way and I might want to turn their whole world to shit by buying their town and then changing the name to "Joe Smith sucks balls". Just because I can.

Ver has an idea that he is somehow linked to Satoshi and for some reason thinks his vision is down one path. He feels it is his duty to use his vast wealth to make things "right" the way he sees things.

Then again, maybe it's all of the drugs.

then the problem is when those billionaires think they can start to mess with the head of the kremlin or the leader of the chineses... and worst when they try to hide and cloack with fake things (like skripal) to get us do their work... it's important to stay as calm as they are... to be even more merciless and reckless... what is funny is that a guy like zuckerberg has 16 body guards... and that's it. lol from the kremlin. american "tycoons" wanting pretending to rule the world while unable to have a simple thing like a border... just lol. the saddest is how we the people let them do that...

ps. the real people under constant chemical warfare, are we the people... everything... food, air, water, electromagnetic fields... those rulers are merciless and still supported by the threaten media (mark haines)... until when? what do the american security services are paid to cooperate? kodorovski pilot was smart not to attempt a forced take off...
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April 03, 2018, 08:59:11 PM

The sellwalls at 7,5k are really strong.

For instance: I don't understand why someone would put up a sell order of 100 BTC at exactly 7,5k just to hold the price down.

Does he realize that also his own coins will not rise in value if he keeps the price down?

Bitcoin market will always be a little chaotic, because of the unknown.
For instance any drug dealer, who did tor market business during 2010-13 and got imprisoned for that, will probably have loads of coins left in cold wallets, waiting to be dumped. Autistic people, who live in their parents basements and have no conception of wealth, could now be bitcoin whales with a lot of weight on the market. That is why things don't often make logical sense here. Lots of people out there who are inexperienced in dealing with wealth.
Is this a joke? Lol

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April 03, 2018, 09:02:42 PM

The sellwalls at 7,5k are really strong.

For instance: I don't understand why someone would put up a sell order of 100 BTC at exactly 7,5k just to hold the price down.

Does he realize that also his own coins will not rise in value if he keeps the price down?

Bitcoin market will always be a little chaotic, because of the unknown.
For instance any drug dealer, who did tor market business during 2010-13 and got imprisoned for that, will probably have loads of coins left in cold wallets, waiting to be dumped. Autistic people, who live in their parents basements and have no conception of wealth, could now be bitcoin whales with a lot of weight on the market. That is why things don't often make logical sense here. Lots of people out there who are inexperienced in dealing with wealth.
Is this a joke? Lol



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April 03, 2018, 09:04:22 PM

No. In 2014 hodlers were showing off screenshots of their bitstamp accounts with 250+ BTC.

What happens in WO stays in WO.
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The sellwalls at 7,5k are really strong.

For instance: I don't understand why someone would put up a sell order of 100 BTC at exactly 7,5k just to hold the price down.

Does he realize that also his own coins will not rise in value if he keeps the price down?

Bitcoin market will always be a little chaotic, because of the unknown.
For instance any drug dealer, who did tor market business during 2010-13 and got imprisoned for that, will probably have loads of coins left in cold wallets, waiting to be dumped. Autistic people, who live in their parents basements and have no conception of wealth, could now be bitcoin whales with a lot of weight on the market. That is why things don't often make logical sense here. Lots of people out there who are inexperienced in dealing with wealth.
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April 03, 2018, 09:13:42 PM

The sellwalls at 7,5k are really strong.

For instance: I don't understand why someone would put up a sell order of 100 BTC at exactly 7,5k just to hold the price down.

Does he realize that also his own coins will not rise in value if he keeps the price down?

Bitcoin market will always be a little chaotic, because of the unknown.
For instance any drug dealer, who did tor market business during 2010-13 and got imprisoned for that, will probably have loads of coins left in cold wallets, waiting to be dumped. Autistic people, who live in their parents basements and have no conception of wealth, could now be bitcoin whales with a lot of weight on the market. That is why things don't often make logical sense here. Lots of people out there who are inexperienced in dealing with wealth.
Is this a joke? Lol



yes!

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April 03, 2018, 09:17:53 PM

really not feeling like going to work

can we be rich again now?

This word you use.  It is like p l a y, but the letters are all wrong...  Revisit, revise, and resubmit.
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April 03, 2018, 09:19:53 PM

Active shooter at Youtube headquarters.

while i've seen this as well... why is it relevant here?

or are we just discussing it as a current event?

either way... fuck i hate people.
apparently you are right as those goons of the rockfeller and clinton were having a lunch party... of course with the money they steal every sec from all those they demonetized (those speaking the truth and opposing the rockfeller and clinton agenda), they can have lunch party with strippers, sorry I mean, stewardess working too at night on the scene, so they definitely have no time to even be able to understand btc. they serve the exact opposite agenda that bitcoin is freeing us from.

on the other hand anyone can be sethriched in america nowadays, that's the clinton/rockfeller world...
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April 03, 2018, 09:31:13 PM

 So probably, the more money (in this case bitcoins) you accumulate, the more prudent it will be to convolute your answers, if any, to those kinds of inquiries.

JJG must be hyper-rich Tongue

Surely, I am attempting to use logic, and I am talking hypothetically to say that the more bitcoin (or otherwise wealth) that you have, then likely the less that you are going to say about it.

So in that regard, don't I say a lot here?  So wouldn't the proper conclusion be that I don't have very much?  Unless I am using reverse psychology, to throw you off my tracks?   Tongue Tongue
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I never saw the problem with telling what BTC I have....1) in safety deposit box....try to get into that .thru the bank


Just on this point, and not personal to you, but for info for all: it's the bank who can steal from you 'safety deposit box'. Have you read a contract with them?

It is common for banks only to insure a box for up to 25k usd. and specifically exclude damage from robbery, fire, water... virtually anything (via @ascilifeform).

And "We will not have any liability to you or any third party for incidental or consequential damages.  If an arbitration proceeding is commenced, evidence that tends to prove that something was left in the Box on last authorized entry, and was found to be missing on the next entry, will not create a presumption that it was lost because we were negligent, intentional did anything wrong or failed to exercise ordinary care.  Nor will we be required to prove that the loss was not our fault."

Then there are executive orders and any number of men-in-black shenanigans.

Boxes are great, of course, for giving up a few coins to put them off one's trail.

I think they can work if you use partial (m of n) encrypted backups, and store them across n bank vaults in separate jurisdictions. I think this is what the Winks do, btw.





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The founders of the Floyd Mayweather ICO have been charged with fraud.  More pressure on ETH.  

http://markets.businessinsider.com/currencies/news/sec-is-charging-centra-crypto-founders-with-fraud-2018-4-10202861

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Active shooter at Youtube headquarters.

while i've seen this as well... why is it relevant here?

or are we just discussing it as a current event?

either way... fuck i hate people.


Ah hah!!!!!   I have figured it out.  You, arkian, are BOT.   Shocked
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  So probably, the more money (in this case bitcoins) you accumulate, the more prudent it will be to convolute your answers, if any, to those kinds of inquiries.

JJG must be hyper-rich Tongue

Surely, I am attempting to use logic, and I am talking hypothetically to say that the more bitcoin (or otherwise wealth) that you have, then likely the less that you are going to say about it.

So in that regard, don't I say a lot here?  So wouldn't the proper conclusion be that I don't have very much?  Unless I am using reverse psychology, to throw you off my tracks?   Tongue Tongue

Why So Many talking about BTC in here ..... again as youre walls of text are here.... there not about youre personal pocket.... maybe percentage but percentage of what.... i think less in here talk about there personal wealth, and i think  Thats allways best
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The sellwalls at 7,5k are really strong.

For instance: I don't understand why someone would put up a sell order of 100 BTC at exactly 7,5k just to hold the price down.

Does he realize that also his own coins will not rise in value if he keeps the price down?

Bitcoin market will always be a little chaotic, because of the unknown.
For instance any drug dealer, who did tor market business during 2010-13 and got imprisoned for that, will probably have loads of coins left in cold wallets, waiting to be dumped. Autistic people, who live in their parents basements and have no conception of wealth, could now be bitcoin whales with a lot of weight on the market. That is why things don't often make logical sense here. Lots of people out there who are inexperienced in dealing with wealth.
Is this a joke? Lol



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